Academic journal article Issues in Accounting Education

Editorial Staff of Issues in Accounting Education 1998-2001

Academic journal article Issues in Accounting Education

Editorial Staff of Issues in Accounting Education 1998-2001

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Editor

DAVID E. STOUT, Villanova University

Editorial Assistant

JOSEPH J. DACREMA, Villanova University

Notes Regarding Case Submissions

Articles submitted as case studies to Issues in Accounting Education should provide some evidence of classroom validation and/or peer evaluation of their contents. That is, each case submission must provide evidence regarding the efficacy of the case in terms of accomplishing a clearly identified set of planned-for educational objectives. This empirical evidence need not be derived from rigidly controlled experimental studies. However, it should address matters such as the context in which the case has actually been used in accounting education; the author's experience in using the case; its perceived benefits (e.g., from data obtained from students and outside reviewers); implementation costs; and recommendations for its effective employment based on the author's experience. Optimally, at least two faculty users of the case material should provide experiential feedback.

Case submissions should comprise three self-contained parts: the case material itself (denoted "Case"), a section containing implementation guidance and case efficacy information (denoted "Case Learning Objectives and Implementation Guidance"), and a section containing "Teaching Notes. …

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